Today morning, Kenyans woke up to the sad news that log serving cabinet minster and Narok North MP, William Ole Ntimama passed away late Thursday night. The politician is said to have died of natural causes in his house in Narok on Thursday night (September 1, 2016).
President Uhuru has lead other in sending their condoences to the family of Ntimama.
Uhuru’s statement read, “It is with a heavy heart and a deep sense of loss that I have learnt of the death of Hon. William Ole Ntimama and I send you this message of condolence and encouragement.
The late Ntimama was a great leader who devoted the prime years of his life to the service of our nation. His unwavering loyalty and service is exemplary and self-evident. And his devotion to our national cause and values will forever remain etched in our minds. Indeed, Kenyans will always be grateful for the crucial role Hon. Ntimama particularly played in our independence struggle.
His outstanding service as a Cabinet Minister and his sterling performance as the Member of Parliament for Narok North and an elder of the Maa community will also remain a source of inspiration and motivation to many aspiring leaders.
Hon. Ntimama was equally generous, cheerful and friendly. To everyone who knew and had the opportunity to interact with him, he was a person of enormous influence and outstanding ability. His wise counsel and guidance will, indeed, be missed by many.
As we mourn and pay homage to this visionary leader, let us also celebrate his life and achievements. Although Hon. Ntimama has left us, his inspirational life will remain a great legacy to his family and many others who knew him. We are privileged that he lived amongst us and we thank God for the time we shared with him.
I convey my deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the family, relatives and friends. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
May the Almighty God rest Hon. Ntimama’s soul in everlasting peace.”
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